I'll try and keep this as short as possible:
I am a 2nd year university student in the UK, although I am due to quit my course because I'm not enjoying it. I am due to take a 120 hour TEFL course in February and once I have that I will be furthering it with other similar qualifications. I also have some experience teaching English in Hong Kong, so I am familiar with the demands and expectations of the job, and I know I will enjoy it.
I am thinking of moving back to Hong Kong to teach English (I was born and raised there till I was 16), since I have family there and I am familiar enough with the culture and language.
However, HK seems to prefer graduates, which is obviously a problem for me. Although further research has shown me that it is possible to attain a job as a TEFL teacher without a degree, provided I have enough experience, I remain uncertain.
So my question is: how hard is it to land a job in a HK language school, keeping in mind I will have a TEFL qualification, but not a university degree?